Project New Sight
Project New Sight’s mission is to expand eye care awareness by providing FREE access to eye health and vision care services in an effort to enhance human performance and quality of life.
In addition, We Care assures that there is the capacity to continue treatment after an abnormal finding or diagnosis.
Who We Serve
We Care serves Polk County residents who have NO insurance of any kind (include the Polk Health Care Plan, Medicaid and Medicare) and are at or below the 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
How Can You Help?
Imagine doing something amazing today! There are lots of ways YOU can make a difference.
- Donate your used eyeglasses.
- Make a one-time donation It all adds up and we are grateful for every donation, large or small.
- Donate on a monthly basis. Multiply your impact with a regular monthly donation.
- Donate in Tribute. Honor or remember a special person or event with your donation.
- Coordinate a fundraiser.
100% of your donation will go to direct patient care.
I was referred to We Care because I was experiencing blurry vision in both eyes, so much that I was unable to drive, which also left me unable to work. We Care staff immediately scheduled me to see an Ophthalmologist. I was told that both of my retinas were swelling and bleeding causing my vision to come and go. I am now receiving monthly injections and my vision is beginning to clear. I am finally able to drive and work again. If it were not for We Care, I would have gone blind. I am grateful for everyone’s help. God bless all of you, it is a wonderful thing you are doing here in Polk County!
We Care is a recipient of and is partially funded by Polk County's voter-approved 1/2 cent sales tax for indigent health care.